Laughter Matters – One Small Step for Mankind
As I mentioned yesterday, the North Carolina license plate proclaims, “first in flight.” After taking over 1,000 flights in the past 22 years, I can’t figure out if they’re bragging or apologizing.
And the pandemic has done something that I didn’t think was possible. It has made flying even worse because the FAA has mandated all passengers wear masks and the, “Don’t Tread on Me,” crowd is getting into fights with flight attendants and getting arrested over it. I’m thinking if the Wright brothers could have anticipated this, they would have quit and ridden their bicycles back to Ohio. Then what would the North Carolina license plate say? Of course, anything is better than Missouri’s. It says, “You gotta live somewhere.”
Yesterday was the anniversary of Neil Armstrong being the first human to walk on the moon. When he took his first step, he proclaimed, “One small step for man. One giant leap for mankind.” It is going to all of us to take a few small steps to save mankind from this pandemic. Please get vaccinated, wear your mask, wash your hands, and always remember laughter matters.
Known as the “World’s Cleanest” comedian and speaker, Kent Rader helps people learn and experience how laughter matters in reducing stress. Kent is the winner of the Branson Comedy Festival and co-stars in The Baby Boomer Comedy Show, Clean Comedy For People Born Before Seat Belts.
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Known as the "World's Cleanest Comedian and Speaker," Kent helps people and associations learn and experience how laughter matters in reducing stress and building successful, profitable organizations.
Kent graduated from William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri with a B.S. in Accounting. He survived five years in public accounting and twelve years as C.F.O. and C.E.O. of hospitals before becoming a professional speaker in 1997.
Kent is the author of the stress reduction book "Let It Go, Just Let It Go" and co-stars with Jan McInnis in the Baby Boomer Comedy Show, "Clean Comedy for People Born Before Seat Belts, Safety Helmets, and Facebook.
He has been heard on NPR's Talk of the Nation and Sirius Satellite radio.
Kent is the winner of the Branson Comedy Festival and has been seen on Comcast's comedy show, "Who's Laughing Now." His clean, stand-up comedy DVD-CD titled "Kent Rader: The Grand Wizard of Comedy" was released in 2014.